Anna Noon

Anna Marie Noon (Eichelberger)

Monday, September 20th, 1954 - Wednesday, August 5th, 2020
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Anna Marie (Eichelberger) Noon, 65, of Barto, passed away on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 at her home surrounded by family. She was the loving wife of Thomas J. Noon, sharing 40 years of marriage together.

Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late John and Margaret (Kirby) Eichelberger.

Anna was a graduate of Flowing Wells High School in Tucson, AZ and also a graduate of St. Mary’s Radiology School in Tucson, AZ. She was a radiology technician at various hospitals and doctor’s offices throughout Bucks County.

She was a member of Most Blessed Sacrament R.C. Church in Bally. Anna loved to travel abroad, bake, be in her garden, make candy, do calligraphy and play practical jokes. She also was an avid reader and especially enjoyed British literature and movies.

Surviving along with her husband, are her two daughters, Megan E. Noon of Quakertown and Kathryn K. Noon of Harleysville; two grandchildren, Matthew T. and Maggie R. Dekutoski; four sisters, Bernadette Eichelberger and companion, Michael Shelby, Peggy Eichelberger and husband, Michael Couture, Mary Anderson and husband, Don, and Regina Corry and husband, Brian; and three brothers, John Eichelberger and wife, Lois, Joseph Eichelberger and wife, Lisa and Robert Eichelberger and wife, Gigi. She is predeceased by a brother, Thomas Eichelberger.

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bernadette eichelberger

Posted at 07:47pm
I’ve been blessed with 4 wonderful Sisters. My Sister Nancy’s smiles, beginning as an infant I’m told, beat them all out. I think she got that smile from her namesake, Aunt Nancy. Even trudging 2 miles to school through the desert (equivalent to 20 miles in snow), Nancy might lag behind but she would be smiling and happy all the way. I still occasionally have dreams where Nancy is very pleased wearing one of my dresses handed down; somehow she didn’t see being number 3 as a hardship.

Nancy taught me how to throw a garden party (hers were always the BEST). She wouldn’t be stressed about feeding 50 people and once ran out to a nearby farm to pick some strawberries an hour before her guests were arriving. And of course she and Tom always had the freshest veggies in their backyard gardens and they were fantastic bakers. They always arranged their best parties when Mom and Dad came East; our Family is very grateful for how Nancy and Tom made it so easy for them to catch up with everyone when they were in Philadelphia.

Nancy was a great source of home decorating solutions. My favorite was the basket store she found for us; she taught us how to put baskets all around the house to hide our clutter. On Thanksgiving weekends we’d trudge with Nancy through the Western Massachusetts countryside to scavenge wreath materials: rose hips, laurel, holly, pine cones. Her gazebo/deck for the Blue Rock house was a perfect party spot and inspired my deck design.

And Nancy always looked for new adventures—canoeing, hiking, biking, hay rides and wild flower gathering; raising rabbits; candle-making; visiting old churches and scoring rubbings at cemeteries; helping nearby farmers pick their pumpkins by the light of a full Autumn moon. She was really meant for the Pennsylvania countryside she loved.

Nancy loved FAMILY. Her Daughters Megan and Kate were her treasures, always with pretty cotton frocks and long curly locks adorned with ribbons and braids. She and Tom raised them to be smart, opinionated and liberated women. And Nancy loved being geographically close to her extended family especially cousins Linda (and Bob) and Danny (and Mary Jo).

I miss my Sister sorely and will always treasure our time together. She died too young.

Peggy Eichelberger Posted at 07:54pm

Bernadette captured the core essence of Anna (aka Nancy): Anna loved her family and Aunts, Uncles and cousins, and we loved Anna. I remember Anna as a toddler in her crib, standing and shaking the railings with a huge smile and giggling on many occasions. She was the "happiest baby"! She found much merriment in the tricks her brothers played on us all and was eager to learn them and try them out on others! Anna had a wicked sense of humor, too and would slide it in when least expected. We were fortunate when Nancy moved to Pennsylvania and we were able to share our sisterly bonds as "grown-ups" - Anna, Bernadette, Jeannie and me. Nancy surprised us one summer, providing matching shirts for us, just like when we were growing up. By then, we could appreciate it! Nancy was a great teacher, whether it be her talents of wreath-making, unusual decorating ideas that were full of style and unique, entertaining ideas and so much more. Anna was her own "drummer" and walked to her beat like no one else. Nancy and Tom always shared their love of music from their vast collection of CD's and records. Mike and I always looked forward to Thanksgiving and our long weekends together with Anna, Tom, Megan, Kate and Bernadette & Matthew and Jeannie & Brian over the years. The long weekends were fun, chaotic and full with laughter and ushered in the holiday seasons! Anna and Tom's home was Eichelberger/Kirby central for family gatherings for so many years and they welcomed and put up with all the shenanigans that the visits entailed with all the clan. Starting with their wedding, to "Big Wheels" riding, birthdays, family reunions, sitting by the fire, Jersey shore ... In the last few years, the "cousins" gathered in Vermont in the Fall (Jeannie was the organizer) and Anna delighted in the long weekends as she loved Vermont and the gathering of us all (second to Pennsylvania). Our trip to Paris was fabulous and Anna wanted to return there as she loved walking thru out the city; ahh, Anna loved the fresh croissants, chocolates, the view of Notre Dame outside our apartment window, and the history and music of the city. Times to cherish and celebrate. In times of darkness, love sees. In times of silence, love hears. In times of doubt, love hopes. In time of sorrow, love heals. And in all times, love remembers. May time soften the pain, until all that remains is the warmth of the memories and always the love.

Patricia Kirby Szczypkowski

Posted at 02:12pm
Dear Cousins:
I know this is a hard time for you and I am glad she is out of pain, and hopefully having a good time with her dear departed family members up in heaven.
RIP Nancy, we will all miss you.
Love, Pat Kirby Ski
M Posted at 10:24am

Nancy's kind spirit and loving heart will be missed. We have such great memories to hold on to. My heart is heavy. Tom, Megan and Kate my thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care of each other and become each others rock. Love you.

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